In “Port Authority Subway Bomber Imports a Tactic from Overseas” (The New York Times, 11 Dec. 2017), K2 Intelligence comments on suicide bombings in light of the 11 December 2017 Times Square and Port Authority subway station attack in New York City. According to the team, police officials started working up a list of contingencies after September 11, with a scenario like Monday’s attack near the top of the list. Tabletop exercises were held to formulate, among other things, how the NYPD would sweep the subway system afterward for additional explosives.
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